What You Should Know
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Starlite Skin Rejuvenation is marketed as an “in home” skin rejuvenation laser. Starlite Skin Rejuvenation is a handheld device that supposedly emits “red spectrum light”. The claim is that the Starlite Skin Rejuvenator was developed with the same technical standards as professional high-powered cosmetic lasers, yet operates at a lower level of power that is safe for in home use. Starlite Skin Rejuvenation claims to replace other costly skin products and treatments promising to be a line-softening treatment and a facial all in one box.
The Starlite Skin Rejuvenation device is sold specifically as an anti-aging skin care treatment. The device runs on three AAA batteries and is said to emit 650-800 Electromagnetic Spectrum light. Red spectrum light is said to be the same as the sun’s healing rays without the damage of Ultra-violet A and B wavelengths. The official website for the Starlite Skin Rejuvenation product insists that the device will reduce the appearance of age spots, sun damage, fine lines, soften and give a youthful appearance to lips, even giving them a “plumped up” appearance as well as improve blemishes on the skin. In as little as two to three days a better overall complexion is supposedly achieved with long term use. The manufacturer of Starlite Skin Rejuvenation claims that results will be seen immediately and improvements will be seen continuously over a thirty to sixty day period with regular use and when used as directed.
- The official Starlite Skin Rejuvenation website posts before and after photos of consumers who have tried the product.
- The Starlite Device cannot compare to professional cosmetic lasers used under a doctor’s care.
- The scientific research information which is posted on the Starlite Skin Rejuvenation website is intended for professional laser devices not battery operated devices which are used in the home.
- The Starlite Skin Rejuvenation device is expensive and may not be affordable for many consumers.
- Starlite Skin Rejuvenation may not offer any benefits for reducing wrinkles and fine lines.
The Bottom Line
Whether going to a dermatologist’s office or using an in home treatment, consumers can find skin care products that successfully treat fine lines and wrinkles as well as other damage associated with aging skin. Consumers are wise to do their research before investing time and money into products that cannot back up their claims. Any product that actually works would make public its own clinical research as well as real customer testimonials and before and after photos. We would advise consumers to be smart and not to fall for these kinds of “get rich schemes” and make the effort to research the products fully before buying them.